The Thai payment market has a number of distinctive features including the fact that most of the payment instruments to the region simultaneously serve as aggregators. Often, in addition to several types of payment methods, such companies offer a wide variety of additional services.
With the rise in popularity of F2P models within the gaming industry, the active use of discounts for sales of digital in-game goods has never been more important for the well-being and success of the developer/game. Sales within the digital gaming sphere allow the developer/publisher to stimulate demand, increase conversions and ultimately generate profit.
Slice and Dice your way to victory with the all new Carmageddon: Reincarnation!
Gamescom 2014 proved to be truly spectacular regarding networking with and interviewing indie developers about their current games or games in production. Xsolla managed to get a hold of Out There creator, Michael Peiffert to hold a quick interview about his beautiful game.
Independent game developers have two viable markets for their next game: The mobile market and the PC route via digital distribution. Having a successful game on one doesn't mean that you'll succeed on the other as both markets have their differences and audience.
Today's post examines these differences and things any developer needs to understand about the mobile and PC markets.
“Our generation grew up with couch multiplayer. Crash Team Racing, Mario Kart, Micro Machines and Mashed were some of our favourites,” - says Michael Davies, Lead Gameplay Developer of Space Dust Studios.
Conveying a very relatable message, Michael shows that inspiration can come from many different forms, even sprouting from a nostalgic aspect that was once part of our lives.
Within the last twenty years, video games have been one of the most quickly evolving and expanding areas of the tech industry. And it's true that games have exploded onto the global market in the last few years, with powerful consoles in more homes than ever and smartphones in nearly everyone's pocket. Over the last decade, games have started to split into a few major categories, according to how people could play a game. Today, we will take a closer look at the specifics of each industry through infographics and compare the three market branches.
The categories we can break the gaming sphere into are Console, PC, and Mobile. PC dominates the gaming market with 51%, followed by console at 30% and mobile at 13%, according to this new report. Let's examine and compare each one, see what consoles are popular to who, and analyze the pros and cons of each category.